Cueva de los Guacharos National Park Natural
Located between the departments of Huila and Caqueta (19%), was the first national park created in the country in 1960, created for the purpose of preserving the Andean forest, flora and fauna and a set of subterranean formations of great geological value. In 1980 UNESCO declared it a Biosphere Reserve.
The park area is divided between two watersheds, the Rio Fragua and Sauza River, from south to north along the river Suaza, are staggered caves Guácharos, Indian, and Hoyo Table. The park is a bank of genetic resources, a lung for the planet, a source of water, a geological laboratory and a mandatory reference for the sustainable development of the region.